Acts 19 Resources


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Chart from Jensen's Survey of the NT - used by permission

THE EXPANDING WITNESS OF THE SPIRIT-EMPOWERED CHURCH


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Considering the fact that Acts 13 is such a strategic chapter in regard to world evangelism, take a moment and study Irving Jensen's chart at top of the page (click it to enlarge it which is what I have to do at age 72!). Notice the bold vertical line (|) at the end of Acts 12 and beginning of Acts 13 which Jensen estimates to be about year 47 (it could be a short time prior). Note the horizontal description of "Church" - Church Established in the first 13 years from Acts 1 through Acts 7, then the Church Scattered between Acts 8 through Acts 12, which occurred over a period of about 14 years (and remember all dates and times are at best approximations because Luke gives only a few events that allow us to give specific dates, such as the death of Herod in A D 44 in Acts 12:23) and lastly, beginning in Acts 13 (and until the end of this age), the Church Extended, this extension being the primarily the fruit of Paul's Three Missionary Journeys which"upset the world!" (Acts 17:6) Now, you have a good grasp of the chronological context of Acts 13. And as they say in the restaurant when your delicious meal is served "Enjoy!" The three missionary journeys are summarized below (this note will be repeated in subsequent chapters). Click links for the maps of each journey.

Paul's First Missionary Journey Acts 13:4-14:28
Paul's Second Missionary Journey Acts 15:36-18:22
Paul's Third Missionary Journey Acts 18:23-21:26
  • Maps in table above are from the Holman Bible Atlas (digital bookHardcover/Paperback version) copyrighted © 1998 B&H Publishing Group, used by permission, all rights reserved. This is one of the best resources for Bible maps as the maps also include helpful short descriptions of the events portrayed on the maps. Please do not download for use on another website. Thank you.
  • Here is a map with all three journeys on one map.

THE ITINERARY OF PAUL'S
THREE MISSIONARY JOURNEYS

FIRST SECOND THIRD
  1. Antioch Acts 13:1-3
  2. Seleucia Acts 13:4
  3. Salamis on Cyprus Acts 13:5
  4. Paphos on Cyprus Acts 13:6-12
  5. Perga in Pamphylia Acts 13:13
  6. Pisidian Antioch Acts 13:14-50
  7. Iconium Acts 13:51
  8. Lystra Acts 14:6-20
  9. Derbe Acts 14:20
  10. Lystra Acts 14:21
  11. Iconium Acts 14:21
  12. Pisidian Antioch Acts 14:21
  13. Pamphylia Acts 14:24
  14. Perga Acts 14:25
  15. Attalia Acts 14:25
  16. Antioch Acts 14:26 
  1. Antioch Acts 15:36-40
  2. Syria Acts 15:41
  3. Cilicia Acts 15:41
  4. Derbe Acts 16:1
  5. Lystra Acts 16:1-5
  6. Phrygia/Galatia Acts 16:6
  7. Mysia Acts 16:7
  8. Troas Acts 16:8-10
  9. Samothrace Acts 16:11
  10. Neapolis Acts 16:11
  11. Philippi Acts 16:12
  12. Amphipolis Acts 17:1
  13. Apollonia Acts 17:1
  14. Thessalonica Acts 17:1-9
  15. Berea Acts 17:10-14
  16. Athens Acts 17:15-34
  17. Corinth Acts 18:1-17
  18. Cenchreae  Acts 18:18
  19. Ephesus Acts 18:19
  20. Caesarea  Acts 18:22
  21. Jerusalem Acts 18:22
  22. Antioch Acts 18:22
  1. Antioch Acts 18:23
  2. Phrygia/Galatia Acts 18:23-28
  3. Ephesus Acts 19:1-41
  4. Macedonia Acts 20:1
  5. Greece Acts 20:2
  6. Macedonia Acts 20:3-5
  7. Philippi Acts 20:6
  8. Troas Acts 20:6-12
  9. Assos Acts 20:13
  10. Mitylene Acts 20:14
  11. Samos Acts 20:15
  12. Miletus Acts 20:15-38
  13. Cos Acts 21:1
  14. Rhodes Acts 21:1
  15. Patara Acts 21:1
  16. Tyre Acts 21:3-6
  17. Ptolemais Acts 21:7
  18. Caesarea Acts 21:8-14

Charles Swindoll points out that "When we study the journeys of Paul in the book of Acts, we’re not just reading the travel log of a man; we’re observing the redemptive plan of God unfolding as He promised. Through the ministry of Saul of Tarsus, God’s mission to reclaim His creation from the death grip of evil would move to its next stage. The plan of this mission was outlined in the Lord’s promise at His ascension, where He said,

“You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses...

  1. In Jerusalem [Stage 1: Acts 2–7],
  2. and in all Judea and Samaria [Stage 2: Acts 8–12],
  3. and even to the remotest part of the earth [Stage 3: Acts 13–‍28].” (Acts 1:8+)

John Hannah's Outline for Third  Missionary Journey (see map)

  • The third missionary journey of Paul  (Acts 18:23-21:16)
    1. The ministry in Galatia and Phrygia  (Acts 18:23)
    2. The ministry in Ephesus  (Acts 18:24-19:41)
      1. Instruction of Apollos  (Acts 18:24-28)
      2. Instruction of some of John's followers  (Acts 19:1-7)
      3. Instruction of the Ephesians  (Acts 19:8-20)
      4. Instructions concerning his plans  (Acts 19:21-22)
      5. The riots in Ephesus  (Acts 19:23-41)
    3. The ministry in Macedonia and Achaia  (Acts 20:1-5)
    4. The ministry in Troas  (Acts 20:6-12)
    5. The ministry in Miletus  (Acts 20:13-38)
      1. His journey to Miletus  (Acts 20:13-16)
      2. His message to the Ephesian elders  (Acts 20:17-35)
        1. Concerning his ministry  (Acts 20:17-27)
        2. Concerning the church  (Acts 20:28-35)
      3. His farewell to the Ephesians  (Acts 20:36-38)
    6. The  ministry at Tyre  (Acts 21:1-6)
      1. His journey to Tyre  (Acts 21:1-3)
      2. His ministry in Tyre  (Acts 21:4-6)
    7. The ministry in Caesarea  (Acts 21:7-16)
      1. Agabus' prediction  (Acts 21:7-12)
      2. Paul's reply  (Acts 21:13-14)
      3. The journey toward Jerusalem  (Acts 21:15-16)
  • The journey of Paul to Rome  (Acts 21:17-28:31)
    1. His witness in Jerusalem  (Acts 21:17-23:35)
      1. Paul's report to the elders  (Acts 21:17-26)
      2. Paul's arrest  (Acts 21:27-36)
      3. Paul's defense  (Acts 21:37-23:10)
        1. His first defense  (Acts 21:37-22:23)
          1. The background  (Acts 21:37-40)
          2. The content  (Acts 22:1-21)
          3. The result  (Acts 22:22-23)
        2. His second defense  (Acts 22:24-23:10)
          1. The background  (Acts 22:24-29)
          2. The council  (Acts 22:30)
          3. The content  (Acts 23:1-9)
          4. The conflict  (Acts 23:10)
      4. Paul's deliverance  (Acts 23:11-35)
        1. The encouragement  (Acts 23:11)
        2. The plot  (Acts 23:12-16)
        3. The counterplot  (Acts 23:17-24)
        4. The letter to Felix  (Acts 23:25-30)
        5. The deliverance to Felix  (Acts 23:31-35)
    2. His witness in Caesarea  (Acts 24:1-26:32)
      1. Paul's defense before Felix  (Acts 24:1-27)
        1. The setting  (Acts 24:1)
        2. The accusations of Tertullus  (Acts 24:2-9)
        3. The reply of Paul  (Acts 24:10-21)
        4. The consequences  (Acts 24:22-27)
      2. Paul's defense before Festus  (Acts 25:1-12)
        1. The setting  (Acts 25:1-5)
        2. The trial  (Acts 25:6-11)
        3. The result  (Acts 25:12)
      3. Paul's defense before Agrippa  (Acts 25:13-26:32)
        1. The arrival of Agrippa  (Acts 25:13)
        2. Festus' presentation of Paul's case  (Acts 25:14-22)
        3. Festus' presentation of Paul  (Acts 25:23-27)
        4. Paul's defense before Agrippa  (Acts 26:1-23)
        5. Paul's answer to Festus  (Acts 26:24-26)
        6. Paul's interaction with Agrippa  (Acts 26:27-29)
        7. The conclusion  (Acts 26:30-32)
    3. His witness on the way to Rome  (Acts 27:1-28:15)
      1. His witness aboard ship  (Acts 27:1-44)
      2. His witness on Malta  (Acts 28:1-15)
        1. Paul's miraculous preservation  (Acts 28:1-6)
        2. Paul's healing of Publius' father  (Acts 28:7-10)
        3. Paul's continued journey toward Rome  (Acts 28:11-15)
    4. His witness in Rome  (Acts 28:16-31)
      1. The occasion for his witness  (Acts 28:16-22)
      2. The content of his witness  (Acts 28:23-28)
      3. The result of his witness  (Acts 28:29)
      4. The summary of Paul's witness in Rome  (Acts 28:30-31)
  • Hannah's Bible Outlines - Recommended Resource

JOSEPH ALEXANDER

Cyril Barber - A beautifully produced work that brings within the reach of the busy pastor the benefits of this commentator's prodigious labors. A warmly devotional treatment.

James Rosscup: "This work, originally out in 1857, has proved helpful to many, though it is now far out of date as to literature commenting on Acts. For many basic details verse by verse, it still is of good value and often will help on word meaning and special problems. The fact that it was reprinted is indicative of its respected place in Acts studies." (Commentaries for Biblical Expositors)

Ajith Fernando - Loaded with exegetical and devotional gems, though dated.

D Edmond Hiebert - An exhaustive exposition of Acts by a conservative Presbyterian scholar of the past century. Gives a precise interpretation of the text on the basis of the original. Omission of technical matters makes it suitable to the English reader.

Spurgeon: "In all respects a work of the highest merit."

HENRY ALFORD

FRANK ALLEN

GREG ALLEN

PAUL APPLE

JACK ARNOLD - well done sermons verse by verse

WILLIAM ARNOT

Cyril Barber - First published in 1883. These sermons reveal Arnot's thorough awareness of the original text and the milieu of the early church. His material is provocative as well as edifying. Both laypeople and pastors should read this book eagerly in order to better determine the course of the church, its commitments, and the criteria of its fellowship. Recommended.

WAYNE BARBER

WILLIAM BARCLAY

ALBERT BARNES

BRIAN BELL

CHRIS BENFIELD

JOHANN BENGEL

BIBLICAL ILLUSTRATOR

JIM BOMKAMP

JOHN CALVIN

Cyril Barber - This is a work that deserves a place in every pastor’s library.

CAMBRIDGE GREEK TESTAMENT

CAMBRIDGE BIBLE

RICH CATHERS

ADAM CLARKE

STEVEN COLE - recommended

TOM CONSTABLE

W A CRISWELL

JOHN CHRYSOSTOM

BOB DEFFINBAUGH

DAN DUNCAN

JOHN EADIE

Cyril Barber - This companion volume to Steir's The Words of the Risen Saviour and Words of the Apostles deals with the messages of the apostle Paul in the book of Acts. C. H. Spurgeon said Eadie's work was "designed to give ordinary readers a juster and fuller conception of the doctrine and life-work of the apostle:' Recommended.

EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE

EXPOSITOR'S GREEK TESTAMENT - R J Knowling

D Edmond Hiebert - Greek text. Still one of the most thorough commentaries on the Greek text. Significant for the Greek student.

Rosscup notes that Expositor's Greek Testament is "One of the older, much-used commentaries, which offers considerable help on Greek words, grammar, background etc. and will prove rather contributive, consulted along with newer and longer studies." (Commentaries for Biblical Expositors: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Works).

DON FORTNER

MICHAEL FRONCZAK

WILLIAM FURNEAUX

A C GAEBELEIN

GENE GETZ - short videos (~10) emphasizing principles in the text

  • Acts 19:8-10; Video In-Depth Evangelism: In developing a church-planting strategy, we should help people understand the redemptive message as it unfolds in the total biblical story.
  • Acts 19:11-41; Video Pagan Resentment: When the gospel of Jesus Christ penetrates a community dominated by evil, Christians should expect persecution.

GEORGE H GILBERT

JOHN GILL

GLOAG, PATON J - exegetical commentary - helps to know some Greek

Spurgeon "Dr. Hackett says aye Dr. Gloag's work: "I have examined it with special care. For my purposes I have found it unsurpassed by any similar work in the English language. It shows a thorough mastery of the material, philology, history, and literature pertaining to this range of study, and a skill in the use of this knowledge, which places it in the first class of modern expositions."  (Commenting on Commentaries - excellent resource with links to all 66 books)

GOSPEL COALITION

GOTQUESTIONS - questions related to the book of Acts

GRACE NOTES - Expositional Study by Warren Doud

L M GRANT

DAVE GUZIK

HORATIO B HACKETT

Cyril Barber - Insightful, reliable, and always worth consulting.

JAMES HASTINGS

MATTHEW HENRY

F B HOLE

HOLMAN PUBLISHING

DAVID HOLWICK

BARRY HORNER

H A IRONSIDE

IVP COMMENTARY - William Larkin - Excellent Commentary

Preceptaustin - This is a very helpful commentary.

Cyril Barber - Historically helpful. Contains some important insights. Critical matters are confined to the footnotes. Oriented toward the pastorate.

JAMIESON, FAUSSET, BROWN

S LEWIS JOHNSON

WILLIAM KELLY

STEVE KRELOFF

PAUL KRETZMANN

LANGE'S COMMENTARY

DAVID LEGGE

LIFEWAY SERMONS

JOHN MACARTHUR

ALEXANDER MACLAREN

P G MATTHEW - sermons

F B MEYER

MAPS - related to Acts

J VERNON MCGEE

MONERGISM

G CAMPBELL MORGAN

HENRY MORRIS - Excellent, conservative, literal study Bible notes from a leading Creationist. 

NET BIBLE NOTES

PHIL NEWTON

OUR DAILY BREAD - Devotional

T E PAGE

PASTOR LIFE

ARTHUR PEAKE

F N PELOUBET

PETER PETT

E A PLUMPTRE

JOHN PIPER

JOSEPH PARKER

PREACHER'S HOMILETICAL

PRECEPT AUSTIN

PULPIT COMMENTARY

RICHARD RACKHAM

Cyril Barber - one of the great commentaries on the book of Acts.

D Edmond Hiebert - A thorough (513-page), informative exposition by a conservative Anglican scholar. Full treatment of introductory problems. Has a full index. One of the standard older commentaries on Acts.

Gerald Cowen -  Older works which one should obtain if the opportunity arises include R. B. Rackham, The Acts of the Apostles (Baker, 1978; reprint of the 1901 edition). This is considered by many to be a classic on Acts, and was called by W. Smith the greatest of all the commentaries on Acts (in Profitable Bible Study). This work includes an extensive introduction, including articles on the theology of Acts, and a verse by verse commentary. (Commenting on Commentaries on Acts)

ROBERT RAYBURN

REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE

EARNEST REISINGER

AREND REMMERS

A T ROBERTSON

ROB SALVATO

JOHNNY SANDERS

PHILLIP SCHAFF

JOHN SCHULTZ

CHARLES SIMEON

CHUCK SMITH

JAMES SMITH - Handfuls on Purpose - expanded sermon outlines

SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY

R C SPROUL - Devotionals

C H SPURGEON

RAY STEDMAN

A continuation of the author's exposition of Acts in which he demonstrates from the history of the early church the fallacy of relying solely on man-made programs without making room for the "body life" of believers.- A continuation of the author's exposition of Acts in which he demonstrates from the history of the early church the fallacy of relying solely on man-made programs without making room for the "body life" of believers.

JOSEPH SUTCLIFFE

THIRD MILLENNIUM STUDY NOTES

DEREK THOMAS - et al

DAVID THOMPSON Book of Acts Expositions 

TODAY IN WORD

JOHN TRAPP

BOB UTLEY

MARVIN VINCENT

DANIEL WHEDON

STEVE ZEISLER

SERMONS BY VERSE

Two Fruitful Years Alexander Maclaren Acts 19:1
Essential But Insufficient; Valuable But Temporary W. Clarkson Acts 19:1-7
Paul and the Baptist's Disciples E. Johnson Acts 19:1-7
Practical Exemplification of Christian Doctrine R.A. Redford Acts 19:1-7
Apollos Completed by Paul J. Parker, D. D. Acts 19:1-23
Paul At Ephesus J. Bennett, D. D. Acts 19:1-23
Paul At Ephesus A. Barnes, D. D. Acts 19:1-23
Paul At Ephesus Dean Vaughan. Acts 19:1-23
Paul At Ephesus R. A. Bertram. Acts 19:1-23
Paul At Ephesus W. M. Taylor, D. D. Acts 19:1-23
Paul's Mission Divinely Directed W. Arnot, D. D. Acts 19:1-23
The Best Method of Evangelising a City D. Thomas, D. D. Acts 19:1-23
The Word and the World F. W. Robertson, M. A. Acts 19:1-23
Progression in Divine Revelations R. Tuck Acts 19:2
Whitsunday Thomas Arnold Acts 19:2
Baptism in the Name of the Lord Jesus, and its Sequel P.C. Barker Acts 19:2-7
Divine Influence Bp. Phillips Brooks. Acts 19:2-7
Faith in a Holy Ghost Canon Liddon. Acts 19:2-7
On the Reception of the Holy Ghost J. E. Everitt. Acts 19:2-7
Paul At Ephesus Charles M. Southgate. Acts 19:2-7
Paul At Ephesus D. J. Burrell, D. D. Acts 19:2-7
Paul At Ephesus W. W. Everts. Acts 19:2-7
Receiving the Holy Ghost W. Grant. Acts 19:2-7
Receiving the Holy Ghost   Acts 19:2-7
Receiving the Holy Ghost C. H. Spurgeon. Acts 19:2-7
The Baptism of the Spirit C. New. Acts 19:2-7
The Gift of the Holy Spirit H. Alford. Acts 19:2-7
The Gift of the Holy Spirit Necessary to the Spiritual Life T. L. Cuyler. Acts 19:2-7
The Gift of the Spirit   Acts 19:2-7
The Gospel Test Dean Vaughan. Acts 19:2-7
The Holy Spirit as a Conscious Possession W. Ross. Acts 19:2-7
The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit Abp. Thomsom. Acts 19:2-7
The Pentecostal Test W. B. Pope, D. D. Acts 19:2-7
The Spiritual, the Supernatural, and the Natural W. Clarkson Acts 19:8-17
Triumphs of the Gospel At Ephesus R.A. Redford Acts 19:8-20
Work of Paul At Ephesus E. Johnson Acts 19:8-20
Paul's Ministry At Ephesus   Acts 19:8-22
Paul's Ministry At Ephesus A. F. Schauffler. Acts 19:8-22
Paul's Preaching At Ephesus Prof. Eadie. Acts 19:8-22
At School J. R. Howatt. Acts 19:9
The First Christian Congregation R. Tuck Acts 19:9
The School House of Ephesus T. De Witt Talmage, D. D. Acts 19:9
The School of Tyrannus Dean Plumptre. Acts 19:9
The Shelter Awhile of Young Converts P.C. Barker Acts 19:9, 10
The Call for Special Miracles R. Tuck Acts 19:11
Special Miracles P.C. Barker Acts 19:11, 12
Demoniacal Possession R. W. Hamilton, D. D. Acts 19:13-16
Evil Spirits in the Heart Bp. S. Wilberforce. Acts 19:13-16
Religion Used by Those Who Do not Believe in It H. Osborne. Acts 19:13-16
Seven Sons of Sceva J. Parker, D. D. Acts 19:13-16
The Seven Sons of Sceva -- Spurious Christianity D. Thomas, D. D. Acts 19:13-16
Unreal Religion Bp. S. Wilberforce. Acts 19:13-16
The Prompt Exposure and Punishment of Human Iniquity by an Evil Spirit P.C. Barker Acts 19:13-17
A Devil's Confession J. W. Burn. Acts 19:15
A Devil's Estimate of Character J. A. Macdonald. Acts 19:15
Would-Be Exorcists Alexander Maclaren Acts 19:15
A Bookseller's Sacrifice   Acts 19:18-19
A Fortune Consigned to the Flames T. De Witt Talmage. Acts 19:18-19
Bad Books C. A. Heurtley, D. D. Acts 19:18-19
Books and Pictures T. De Witt Talmage, D. D. Acts 19:18-19
Christianity: Nominal and Real J. W. Burn. Acts 19:18-19
Conversion F. Samuel. Acts 19:18-19
Instruments of Evil to be Destroyed A. Barnes, D. D., Dean Plumptre. Acts 19:18-19
Lasting Influence of Bad Books G. S. Barrett. Acts 19:18-19
Sacrifice of Unlawful Means of Gain W. M. Taylor, D. D. Acts 19:18-19
Signs of Religious Sincerity R. Tuck Acts 19:18, 19
The Bonfire At Ephesus D. Davies. Acts 19:18-19
The Burning At Ephesus K. Gerok. Acts 19:18-19
The Curious Arts W. Hay Aitken, M. A. Acts 19:18-19
The Evils of Improper Books J. Blackburn. Acts 19:18-19
The Guilt and Danger of Reading Bad Books M. W. Dwight, D. D. Acts 19:18-19
The Influence of Pernicious Books   Acts 19:18-19
The Preaching that is Needed W. E. Gladstone. Acts 19:18-19
The Right Confession K. Gerok. Acts 19:18-19
The Sorcerer's Sacrifice T. R. Stevenson. Acts 19:18-19
Value of a Sermon J. W. Lance. Acts 19:18-19
Works Meet for Repentance H. W. Beecher. Acts 19:18-19
Practical Evidence of Genuine Repentance P.C. Barker Acts 19:18-20
The Sign of Sincerity W. Clarkson Acts 19:18-20
Growth of the Word of God Cheyne Brady. Acts 19:20
The Conditions of Growth J. W. Burn. Acts 19:20
The Growing and Prevailing Gospel C. H. Spurgeon. Acts 19:20
The Prevailing Power of the Word R. Tuck Acts 19:20
The Fight with Wild Beasts At Ephesus Alexander Maclaren Acts 19:21
Characteristics of Christianity D. Thomas, D. D. Acts 19:21-22
Dreamland Dean Spence. Acts 19:21-22
Paul's Ambition J. W. Burn. Acts 19:21-22
The Purpose of a Great Heart R.A. Redford Acts 19:21, 22
The Spirit of Rebellion Against the Gospel E. Johnson Acts 19:21-41
The Supreme Conflict W. Clarkson Acts 19:21-41
Revolutions of Christianity Hardwicke. Acts 19:23
Stir About the Way B. Beddome, M. A. Acts 19:23
The Gospel Makes a Stir W. W. Wythe. Acts 19:23
A Popular Riot R.A. Redford Acts 19:23-41
A Typical Exhibition of Human Nature P.C. Barker Acts 19:23-41
Self-Interest Opposing Christianity R. Tuck Acts 19:24-29
A Good Town Clerk S. S. Times Acts 19:24-41
Covetousness A. Mitchell, D. D. Acts 19:24-41
Defence of Vested Interests H. C. Trumbull, D. D. Acts 19:24-41
Demetrius S. S. Times Acts 19:24-41
Mobs S. S. Times Acts 19:24-41
Paul and Demetrius J. Parker, D. D. Acts 19:24-41
Paul and Demetrius H. W. Beecher. Acts 19:24-41
Paul At Ephesus R. F. Horton, M. A. Acts 19:24-41
Pocket or Principle H. R. Haweis, M. A. Acts 19:24-41
Self Interest in Opinion R. Venning. Acts 19:24-41
Self-Interested Idolatry J. L. Nye. Acts 19:24-41
The Power of Obscure Men G. S. Robinson, D. D. Acts 19:24-41
The Spirit of Sedition   Acts 19:24-41
The Temple of Diana T. De Witt Talmage. Acts 19:24-41
The Triumphs of the Gospel D. Thomas, D. D. Acts 19:24-41
The Uproar At Ephesus A. F. Schauffler. Acts 19:24-41
The Uproar At Ephesus Sermons by the Monday Club Acts 19:24-41
The Uproar in Ephesus J. Dick, A. M. Acts 19:24-41
The Worship of Diana Dean Plumptre. Acts 19:24-41
Sermon to the Theatrical Profession T. De Witt Talmage, D. D. Acts 19:29
The Morals of Travelling G. Dawson, M. A. Acts 19:29
The Temple of Ephesus Dean Plumptre. Acts 19:29
Popular Disorders -- Their Cause and Cure T. Chalmers, D. D. Acts 19:32-41
The Address of the Town Clerk D. Thomas, D. D. Acts 19:32-41
The Conduct of the Town Clerk H. R. Haweis, M. A. Acts 19:32-41
The Conduct of the Town Clerk as an Example   Acts 19:32-41
The Excitement At Ephesus Stems and Twigs for Sermon Framework Acts 19:32-41
The Image of Diana Prof. Eadie. Acts 19:32-41
The Speech of the Town Clerk W. Hackett. Acts 19:32-41
The Tumult At Ephesus J. H. Tasson. Acts 19:32-41

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